Habakkuk 1:2-3;2:2-4; Psalms 95:1-2,6-9; II Timothy 1:6-8,13-14; Luke 17:5-10
The late Dr. Scott Peck was the author of the best-selling book “The Road Less Traveled.” As a psychiatrist, Dr. Peck spent a great deal of time working with patients in a large psychiatric hospital. He wrote that he discovered in his practice an almost universal apathy: a lack of interest; no desire to ask questions; no desire to seek the new and to grow; “no taste for mystery,” as he put it. He said that if he could cultivate in the patient a willingness to question, and to search and to grow, then there was some hope. But if not, he saw little reason for hope.
As Christians, our questioning and our searching and our growing into the kind of persons we are meant to be can draw us closer to God than ever before, because Christ is risen! In our pain and suffering, in our loneliness and discontent, we can draw closer to God than ever before, because Christ is risen! Our…
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